WHAT TO SEE IN NORFOLK
There’s nothing quite like watching a movie under the stars – and in Norfolk this summer, you will be spoilt for choice. Check individual websites for start times, licensing rules and any age restrictions. The Luna Cinema will transform the historic walled garden at Holkham Hall into the ultimate cinematic settings. On June 29, it will screen Pretty Woman, and June 30, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Tickets £14.50/£10, thelunacinema.com. Turn up early to soak up the atmosphere at The Creake Abbey Cinema Weekend, presented by The Star and Mouse on July 20 – 22. Eat, drink and enjoy live music before a series of well-loved classics, including
Casino Royale, Moulin Rouge and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. You can even hire a hot water bottle. Tickets, £15, creakeabbeycafe.com; starandmouse.com The most popular addition to this year’s programme is The Greatest Showman and although many screenings are close
to selling out there are still a few tickets available, including Sennowe Park near Fakenham on July 29. £20 adults, £15 children, outsidelive.co.uk Norwich’s Catton Park hosts four nights of films with Pop Up Pictures from August 23 – 26, featuring The Lion King, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels,
The Greatest Showman and Grease. Pop Up Pictures also has a programme of screenings at Fritton Lake on the Norfolk/Suffolk border from September 6 - 8 featuring The Greatest Showman,
Pulp Fiction and Forrest Gump. Tickets for both venues are £12 adults, £8 children, facebook.com/ PopUpPicturesCo One of the most romantic settings is undoubtedly Norwich’s historic
Plantation Gardens, which has two weekends of screenings, July 19 to 22, and August 16 to 19. Presented by Cinema City, the films include Alpha Papa, The Greatest Showman, Top Gun, Monty Python And The Holy Grail, Beauty And The Beast, Terminator 2: Judgement Day and Stand By Me.